The sixth annual barn dance had DJ this year instead of live music.
The dance was hosted by the Agriculture and Environmental Science Club and the Block and Bridle Club at the Rhoden Field Laboratory.
Nicolas Grandell, Block and Bridle president and senior animal science major from Carrollton, said the decision to hire a DJ was made in an effort to boost interactiveness.
In the past, a student band has been hired to perform live music. Last year, professional country singer Hunter Hutchinson played. This year, in an effort to get more people involved dancing, the clubs hired a DJ.
“Hopefully we can incorporate more actual dancing into it and have it be a little more interactive,” said Grandell.
The dance was Nov. 16 from 7-10 p.m. The event had a country-themed photo booth and a fire pit for s’mores.